dummy text……. Being diagnosed with a brain tumor is like suddenly parachuting into a foreign country. You know neither the language nor the geography. You might try to learn both very quickly but with a brain tumor invading, you do not have the time to learn the language and the topography of the medical realm – at least not well enough to do you much good.
The up-to-date information available on the internet is an extremely useful – nowadays vital – tool for education and research by professionals and laypersons alike. But you must learn to differentiate between a scientific fact and a marketing tactic of physicians, medical centers or pharmaceutical companies.
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sub header text if necessary….ancer patient’s life is critical and comes with a myriad of challenges that can often become overwhelming.
text…….Caregivers not only face the physical demands of caring for a patient but are also called upon to provide the emotional support that is so often needed. Caregivers themselves however, often ride an emotional roller coaster, running the gamut from sadness, to anger and worry. It is difficult to watch someone you care about experience the ups and downs that come with so many illnesses. Here are a few tips that will help you better cope as you take on your new role: